Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim offers a number of great character moments throughout the script. My favorite scene involves Oliver coming to an odd sort of peace with Detective Lance, who admits that Laurel was right about Oliver and Tommy both changing for the better. There's also some good moments between Oliver and John Diggle and Laurel and Oliver.
Sadly, the artwork fails to live up to the story. As before, Allan Jefferson's pencils are decent enough in the close-up panels - indeed, he draws some very effective caricatures of the show's cast - but falter in the mid-range and background. Fine details - such as Ollie's scruffy beard-growth - are completely lost in some panels. The weak inks of Jonas Trindade barely separate the characters from the background and offer no further definition than that. Still, this issue is well-worth the 99 cent download in spite of the artwork.